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  • #42143

    glenr
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    I am in Australia and have a Huawei e169 to connect to Virgin
    I cannot make a connection in zeroshell The modem is detected correctly and attempts to make a connection. From my experience with this dongle in Ubuntu CHAP authentication has to be disabled otherwise no connection can be made . Can someone please let me know how to do this in zeroshell?

    #49383

    ppalias
    Member

    Have you read the documentation?

    #49384

    glenr
    Member

    Thank you as a matter of fact I have . I am sorry if I missed it but I cannot see how to disable CHAP authentication in zeroshell. This is my specific question.

    #49385

    glenr
    Member

    I think i worked out the correct syntax and where to put it
    refuse-chap in 3Gconnect. Just a process of trial and error.

    #49386

    ppalias
    Member

    Ok then! Could you write down what were the steps exactly in case someone else has the same problem?

    #49387

    glenr
    Member

    three lines need to be added to /root/kerbynet.cg/scripts/3Gconnect

    they need to be placed in the section that writes /tmp/ppp.3g

    refuse-chap
    user “irrelevant”
    password “irrelevant”

    I am using vmware and now have to work out how to make the changes survive a reboot.

    #49388

    atheling
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    @glenr wrote:

    …snip…
    I am using vmware and now have to work out how to make the changes survive a reboot.

    The way I do that is to put all my revised scripts into a directory I created at /Database/custom/ then I put the following in my “Pre Boot script” to copy my versions of the scripts to the operational area when the system is starting up:


    for file in /Database/custom/*
    do
    cp ${file} /root/kerbynet.cgi/scripts/
    done

    #49389

    I think it would have been a whole lot easier just using an existing 3g router to accomplish what you’re needlessly making zeroshell do like the Huawei E5832 hotspot.

    #49390

    glenr
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    Ok if you own one
    where is the challenge and fun?
    needlessly?

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